Michigan’s List of Nonaccredited Colleges and Universities


Stephen Barrett, M.D.
April 2, 2005

The State of Michigan maintains a list of colleges and universities that are not accredited by an accrediting body of the Council on Higher Education Accreditation. Degrees from these institutions will not be accepted by the Michigan’s Department of Civil Service as satisfying any educational requirements indicated on job specifications. This version of the list was last revised by the department on July 7, 2005.

  • Abacus Academy
  • Academy for Contemporary Research
  • Academy of Health Sciences and Nutrition
  • Academy of Natural Therapies—Hawaii
  • Academy of Religious and Spiritual Studies
  • Accelerated Degree Programs
  • Adam Smith University—Wailuku, Hawaii, Liberia, Saipan
  • Adams and Washington University—England, South Carolina
  • Adams Institute of Technology
  • Addison State University—Ottawa Canada
  • Advanced Education Trust
  • Advanced Learning Network—Vermont
  • Akamai Univeristy—Hawaii
  • Alabama Christian College—Montgomery, Alabama
  • Albert University—Delaware ?
  • Alexandria University—US online, not Egyptian
  • Almeda College and University—Florida, Idaho
  • Al Qasim University
  • All Saints American University
  • Alston University—Stockton, California
  • American Austin University
  • American Capital University—Wyoming
  • American Central University
  • American City University—Cheyenne, Wyoming
  • American Coastline University—Metairie, Hawaii, Louisiana, New York
  • American College of Metaphysical Theology
  • American Columbus University—California
  • American Extension School of Law—Chicago, Illinois
  • American Global Universities—Cheyenne, Wyoming/Iowa/California
  • American Independent International University
  • American Institute of Science—Indianapolis, Indiana
  • American International Academy—New York and Washington
  • American International University—Canoga Park, California
  • American International University of Management and Technology—Hawaii
  • American Legion University
  • American Management Institute
  • American Medical College—Idaho
  • American National University—Phoenix, Arizona
  • American Open University
  • American Pacific University—Hawaii
  • American School of Metaphysics
  • American State University—Honolulu, Hawaii
  • American University—San Diego, California (the one in Washington, D.C. is accredited)
  • American University of Asturias
  • American University of Hawaii
  • American West University
  • American Western University—Arizona
  • American World University—Iowa, Mississippi
  • Americana University
  • Americus University, Washington, D.C.
  • Amstead University
  • Anacrusis Institute—Greece
  • Anglo-American College of Medicine
  • Anglo-American Institute of Drugless Medicine
  • Anglo American University—Hawaii
  • Apache University
  • Aquinas University of Scholastic Philosophy—New York
  • Argus University—Fairplay, Colorado
  • Arizona Midland University
  • Ashford University—Great Britain
  • Ashington University—British Virgin Islands, Louisiana
  • Ashwood University
  • Athens Clark University
  • Atlanta Southern University—Atlanta, Georgia
  • Atlantic International University—Florida, Hawaii
  • Atlantic Northeastern University
  • Atlantic Southern University—Georgia Washington
  • Atlantic University—New York (the one in Virginia is accredited)
  • Atworth University
  • Azaliah—New Mexico (lost accreditation in 2002), South Africa, Asis
  • Baltimore State University (not to be confused with the University of Baltimore)
  • Bangladesh University
  • Barrington University—New York (Barrington College in Rhode Island—now Gordon College Alabama—was accredited)
  • Barron University
  • Beacon Learning Center-Grand Rapids, Michigan and St. Joseph, Michigan
  • Belford University
  • Ben Franklin Academy and Institute For Advanced Studies—Washington, D. C.
  • Benchley State University
  • Benjamin Franklin Institute of Global Education
  • Benson University
  • Berean Community College
  • Berkeley International University of Southern California
  • Bernadean University—Van Nuys, California
  • Berne University—(formerly in New Hampshire), St. Kitts-Nevis
  • Bettis Christian University—Arkansas
  • Beulah College—Nigeria and Texas
  • Bienville University—Louisiana, Mississippi
  • Bircham International University—UK, Bahamas
  • Blackston University
  • Bonavista University—Douglas, Wyoming
  • Bosdon Academy of Music
  • Boston City College (not to be confused with Boston College)
  • Bradford University (not be confused with Bradford College)
  • Brantridge Forest School
  • Brantridge University—Hawaii
  • Brentwick University
  • Bretton Woods University—New Hampshire
  • Breyer State University—Kamiah, Idaho, Liberia
  • Brighton University—Hawaii, Missouri
  • Bright Way Technical University
  • British American Business Institute
  • Broadway Institute of Technology
  • Brownell University
  • Buckner University—Texas
  • Buktronix University
  • Buxton Universtity—London, England
  • Calamus International University—British West Indies
  • Calgary Providence University
  • California Christian College
  • California Institute of Behavior Sciences—California
  • California Institute of Higher Learning
  • California Pacifica University—Hollywood, California
  • California Pacific University—California
  • California Valley State University
  • Cambridge State University—Shreveport, Louisiana and Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Canyon College—Idaho
  • Capital American University
  • Capital City Religious Institute—Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Capitol University (not to be confused with Capital University in Ohio)
  • Carlton University (not to be confused with Carleton College in Minnesota)
  • Carnegie Institute of Engineering
  • Carolina Institute of Human Relations—Sumpter, South Carolina
  • Carolina University of Theology
  • Carrington University
  • Center of University Graduate Studies
  • Central Pacific University—Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Central State University—California (CSU in Wilberforce, Ohio is accredited)
  • Central State Consortium of Colleges and Schools
  • Central States Research Center—Ontario, Canada
  • Central University
  • Century University—Albuquerque, New Mexico (not to be confused with Century College)
  • Chadwick University—Alabama
  • Chancery International University
  • Charitable University of Delaware
  • Chicago Medical College—Fort Pierce, Florida
  • Chillicothe Business College—Ohio
  • Chirological College of California
  • Christian College
  • City University Los Angeles—Los Angeles, California
  • Clayton College of Natural Health—Alabama
  • Clayton Theological Institute—California
  • Clayton University—Hong Kong (not to be confused with Clayton College and State University in Georgia)
  • Clemson College (not to be confused with Clemson University in South Carolina)
  • Clermont College (not to be confused with University of Cincinnati—Clermont College)
  • Clermont College of Business—Montana
  • Cleveland University (not to be confused with Cleveland State University)
  • Clinton University—Livonia, Michigan
  • Coast University
  • Colgate College (not to be confused with Colgate University)
  • College of Franklin and Marshall (not to be confused with Franklin and Marshall College of Lancaster, PA)
  • College of Hilton Head
  • College of Homeopathy—Missouri
  • College of Journalism—West Virginia
  • College of Life—Florida
  • College of Medical and Health Science—St. Lucia
  • College of Natural Therapeutics
  • College of Naturatrics—Missouri
  • College of Nonsense—Nevada
  • College of Universal Truth—Chicago, Illinois
  • Colorado University of Naturopathic Medicine
  • Columbia Commonwealth—Montana, Wyoming, Malawi, Africa
  • Columbia Pacific University—San Rafael, California
  • Columbia School
  • Columbia State University—Metaire, Louisiana (not to be confused with Columbia University in New York or Columbus State University in Georgia)
  • Columbus University (not to be confused with Columbus State University in Georgia)—Louisiana
  • Commonwealth Open University—Virgin Islands
  • Commonwealth School of Law—Washington
  • Commonwealth University—California
  • Concordia College and University—Spain, St. Johns, Virgin Islands, Dominican Republic (“registered by the government”…of Liberia)
  • Cook’s Institute of Electronics Engineering—Jackson, Mississippi
  • Cranston University—Nevada, Singapore
  • Cromwell University
  • Crown Church College and University
  • Dallas State College—Dallas, Texas
  • Darthmouth College (not to be confused with Dartmouth College in NH)
  • Dartmouth University (not to be confused with Dartmouth College in NH)
  • Darton University
  • Delaware Law School
  • Denver State University
  • Devonshire University
  • Diplomatic State University
  • Diplomatic University
  • Donsbach University—California
  • Dorcas University
  • Drake College (not to be confused with Drake University in Iowa or Drake College of Business in New Jersey)
  • Earlscroft University—Great Britain, Seychelles
  • Eastern Missouri Business College—St. Louis, Missouri
  • Eastern State University
  • Eastern University—Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • East Point University
  • Edison University—Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Ellington University
  • Elysion College—California
  • Emerson University—California (not to be confused with Emerson College in Massachusetts)
  • Eula Wesley University—Ruston, Louisiana
  • European University of Ireland
  • Eurotechnical Research University—Hilo, Hawaii
  • Expressive Psychology Association
  • Evergreen University—Reston, Virginia
  • Excelsior University (not to be confused with Excelsior College in Albany, NY)
  • Fairfax University—Louisiana, Montana, South Dakota, U.K.
  • Farington University
  • Felix Adler Memorial University—North Carolina
  • Florida Atlantic Southeastern University—(not to be confused with Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida)
  • Florida State Christian College—Florida
  • Forest Park University—Chicago, Illinois
  • Foundation for Economic Education—Irvington-on-Hudson, New York
  • Four States Cooperative University Texas
  • Frederick Taylor International University—Hawaii, California
  • Frederick Taylor University—Moraga, California
  • Friends International Christian University
  • Full Gospel Christian College—Pontiac, Michigan
  • Garfield Technical College
  • Geo-Metaphysical Institute—New York
  • George Washington State College
  • George Washington University—California (GWU in Washington, D.C. is accredited)
  • Georgia Christian University—Georgia
  • Georgia South Technical Institute
  • German-American Dental College—Chicago, Illinois
  • Gestalt Institute of New Orleans—New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Glencullen University—U.K.
  • Glenford University—Louisiana
  • Global Church Theological Seminary
  • Global Church University
  • Global Virtual University (not to be confused with Global University in Springfield, MO)
  • Goa University
  • Gold Coast University—Hawaii
  • Golden State University—Hawaii (not to be confused with Golden State College in California)
  • Graduate College
  • Graduate University
  • Great Lakes University—Michigan (not to be confused with Great Lakes College)
  • Greenleaf University—Missouri
  • Greenwich University—California, Hawaii
  • Gulf Southern University—Louisiana
  • Hamilton State University—Arizona
  • Hamilton University—Evanston, Wyoming (not to be confused with Hamilton College in Clinton, NY)
  • Hamline State University (not to be confused with Hamline University in Minnesota)
  • Hampton Bay University
  • Hampton College—Online school (not to be confused with Hampton University in Virginia)
  • Hancock University—Tennessee
  • Harmony College of Applied Science—Los Altos, California
  • Harrington University—Great Britain
  • Hartford Technical Institute
  • Hartford University
  • Hartland University
  • Hartley University—Great Britain
  • Hawaii American University—Hawaii
  • Hawthorne University—Utah
  • Heed University—Hollywood, Florida
  • His Majesty’s University of Polytechnics—Sacramento, California
  • Hollywood College—California
  • Hollywood Southern University
  • Holos -– Missouri
  • Holos University—Norfolk Island and South Dakota
  • Honolulu University—Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Honolulu University of the Arts, Sciences, and Humanities—Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Horizons University
  • Humberman University College
  • Huntington Pacific University
  • Idaho College of Commerce
  • Illawarra College—New Hampshire, Virginia, Australia
  • Illinois College of Physicians and Surgeons
  • Independence University—Missouri
  • Institute for Creative Process
  • Institute for Human Dynamics
  • Institute for Science in Mind
  • Institute of Excellence—Florida
  • Institute of New Media and Technology
  • Intech University
  • InterAmerican University
  • International Academy for Planetary Planning
  • International Bible University
  • International Career Academy
  • International College of Associates in Medicine—Texas
  • International Further Studies Institute
  • International Open University—Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • International University—Independence, Missouri and Lousiana
  • International University for Graduate Studies—St. Kitts and Nevis
  • International University of Fundamental Studies
  • International Universities Consortium—Missouri
  • IOND University—Hawaii
  • Jackson State University—Los Angeles, Nashville, Reno, Chicago (JSU in Mississippi is accredited)
  • Johann Keppler School of Medicine
  • John Hancock University
  • John Quincy Adams College—Portland, Oregon
  • John Thomas—Missouri
  • Kennedy-Western University—Thousand Oaks, California; Cheyenne, Wyoming; or Boise, Idaho
  • Kensington University—Kailua, Hawaii, California (not to be confused with Kensington College in California)
  • Kent College—Louisiana ?
  • Kentucky Christian University—Ashland, Kentucky (Kentucky Christian College in Grayson, Kentucky is accredited)
  • Kincaid Academy of the Arts
  • Kingdom College of Natural Health—Louisiana, Russia
  • Kingsfield University—Great Britain
  • Kingsley University
  • Knoxville College—Knoxville, Tennessee (only degrees obtained prior to December 1996 are accepted)
  • LA International University—New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Lacrosse University—Madisonville, Louisiana
  • LaJolla University
  • Lamp Beacon University
  • Landford University
  • Langley University
  • LaSalle University—Mandeville, Louisiana
  • LaSalle University—New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Laureate University
  • Laurence University—Hawaii
  • Lawford State University—Maryland
  • Leal University—Hazelwood, Missouri
  • Leibniz—New Mexico, Italy
  • Leiland College of Arts and Sciences—Hawaii
  • Leland Stanford University—Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Lexington University—Online, Nevada (not to be confused with Lexington College in Illinois)
  • Life Science College—California and Oklahoma
  • Lincoln—New Mexico, Italy (not to be confused with Lincoln College in Illinois)
  • Lincoln International University, Inc.—Hawaii
  • Lincoln-Jefferson University—Iowa (?)
  • Lion Investigative Academy—Pennsylvania
  • London University Colleges
  • Los Angeles State University
  • Los Angeles University—North Hollywood, California
  • Louisiana Capital University—Kenner, Louisiana
  • Louisiana Christian University—Lake Charles, Louisiana
  • Loyola State University—Illinois and Louisiana (not to be confused with Loyola University)
  • Madison State University—Farmingdale, New York
  • Madison University—Gulfport, Mississippi
  • Manhattan University—Hawaii, British Columbia
  • Manitoba University of Science and Arts
  • Marcus Tullius Cicero University San Francisco—California
  • Marlborough University—Hawaii
  • Marlowe University—New Jersey and Florida
  • Marmaduke University—California
  • Martin College—Florida
  • McPherson Institute of Technology
  • Medical College of London (U.K.)—St. Lucia, West Indies
  • Medical University of the Americas—St.Kitts/Nevis
  • Mellen University—Lewiston, New York
  • Meridan University
  • Meta Collegiate Extension—Nevada
  • Metropolitan Collegiate Institute—Great Britain
  • Metropolitan University of Florida
  • Miami Christian University—Miami, Florida
  • Miami State University—(not to be confused with Miami University, Oxford, OH)
  • Middle Tennessee University (not to be confused with Middle Tennessee State
  • University in Murfreesboro, TN)
  • Midwestern University—Springfield, Missouri (not to be confused with Midwestern University in Arizona or Illinois)
  • Miller University—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Milton University—Maryland and New York
  • Mole Ltd. University—River Ridge, Louisiana
  • Monterrey Institute for Graduate Studies—Texas and Florida
  • Monticello University—Hawaii, Kansas, South Dakota, West Indies
  • Montserrat University—California
  • More University—Lafayette, California
  • Morris Brown College—Atlanta, Georgia (only degrees obtained prior to December 2002 are accepted)
  • Nassau State Teachers College
  • Nasson University
  • Nation State University
  • National College—Kansas and Oklahoma
  • National College of Arts and Sciences
  • National Graduate University
  • National Stevens University—California
  • National University of Colorado—Denver, Colorado
  • National University of Dakota—South Dakota
  • Nebraska College of Physical Medicine
  • New Horizons University
  • New Manhattan University
  • New Tribes Bible Institute—Jackson, Michigan
  • New World College—Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • New York City University (not to be confused with the City University of New York—CUNY)
  • New York State College
  • Newport Asia Pacific University—Hawaii
  • Newport University—Newport Beach, California, Hawaii
  • Newton University—Hawaii, British Columbia
  • Nobel University
  • Nonprofit Management University
  • North American College of the Artsy
  • North American University—Scottsdale, Arizona
  • North United University
  • Northern American College
  • Northern New England University
  • Northern Michigan State University (not to be confused with Northern Michigan University in Marquette, MI)
  • Northern Utah University/Northern Utah Management Institute
  • Northern Washington University
  • Northfield University
  • Northland Open University—Yukon, Canada
  • Northridge State University
  • Northwest Florida University
  • Northwestern Californian University
  • Northwestern College of Allied Sciences—Oklahoma
  • Northwestern Graduate School—Montana
  • Northwestern International University, Ltd.—Cyprus, Denmark
  • Notre Dame de Lafayette University—Long Prairie, Minnesota
  • Notre Dame University (not to be confused with the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana)
  • Nova College—Calgary, Canada
  • Novus University—U.S.
  • Oaklands University (not to be confused with Oakland University in Rochester, MI)
  • Ohio Central College
  • Ohio Christian College
  • Ohio Saint Mathew University—Ohio
  • Oklahoma A&M University
  • Open University of America—Hyattsville, Maryland (not to be confused with the United States Open University in Wilmington, Delaware)
  • Orienta University
  • Oriental University—Washington, D. C.
  • Orion University
  • Oxford International University—Great Britain
  • Pacific Basin University—Texas, Mexico, Micronesia
  • Pacific Coast University—California
  • Pacific International University—Springfield, Missouri
  • Pacific National University and Theological Institute—Los Angeles, California
  • Pacific Southern University—Hawaii
  • Pacific Western University—Hawaii, California
  • Paramount University of Technology—Cheyenne, Wyoming
  • Parkhurst University
  • Parkwood University -– U.S., Great Britain
  • Patriot University—Colorado
  • Pebble Hills University
  • Personal Therapy Institute
  • Pickering University—Hawaii
  • Port Rhode University
  • Prescott College of Business and Leadership Studies—Hawaii
  • Prescott University (not to be confused with Prescott College in Arizona)
  • Preston University—Cheyenne, Wyoming; Pakistan; Dubai
  • Ravenhurst University
  • Redding University
  • Regency College
  • Rhode Island School of Law
  • Rhode Island State University
  • Robert F. Kennedy University—Switzerland
  • Robertstown University—Liberia
  • Rochfort College
  • Rochville University
  • Rockford Community College
  • Romano—Minnesota
  • Rosebud University
  • Royal College of Science
  • Royal Open University
  • Rushmore University-South Dakota, Wyoming
  • Saint Andrews Correspondence College
  • Saint John’s University—Springfield, Louisiana
  • Saint Joseph University—New York (not to be confused with St. Joseph’s College in Brooklyn, NY)
  • Saint Martin’s College and Seminary—Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Saint Marys Universities (not to be confused with Saint Mary’s College in Michigan,
  • Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, or St. Mary’s University in Texas)
  • Saint Renoir University
  • Saint Stephen’s Educational Bible College—Los Angeles, California
  • Saint Thomas University (not to be confused with St. Thomas University in Florida)
  • San Francisco College of Music and Theater Arts
  • Sands University—Yuma, Arizona
  • Senior University—Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
  • Shaftesbury University—Great Britain ?
  • Shelbourne University—Pennsylvania
  • Shepperton University
  • Sierra University—Costa Mesa, California (not to be confused with Sierra College in Rocklin, California)
  • South Atlantic University
  • South Pacific University—Hawaii
  • Southern California University—California
  • Southern California University for Professional Studies—Santa Ana, California
  • Southern Graduate Institute—Kentucky
  • Southern Institute of Technology
  • Southern International University—New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Southland University—California
  • Southwest International University—Bayside, New York
  • Southwestern State University (not to be confused with Southwestern University in
  • Georgetown, Texas)
  • Southwestern University—Tucson, Arizona and St. George, Utah
  • St. Augustine University
  • St. Clements University—British West Indies
  • St. George University International—St. Kitts
  • St. James University West
  • St. John’s University College of Medicine—Montserrat
  • St. Lourdes University
  • St. Mary’s College of Medicine—Hawaii
  • St. Paul’s College & Seminary
  • St. Regis University—Dominica; Liberia; Washington, D.C.
  • Stafford University
  • Stanley State University
  • Stanton University
  • Stefan International University, Inc.—Hawaii
  • Stetson College (not to be confused with Stetson University in DeLand, Florida)
  • Strassford University—Great Britain
  • Suffield College and University
  • Summit University—New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Sunshine Community College
  • Sussex College of Technology aka Copen Labs
  • Synergystics—Rochester, New York
  • Taurus International University—California
  • Taylor University of Bio-Psycho-Dynamic Sciences—Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • Tecana International University—South America
  • Technopole University
  • Temple Bar College
  • Templeton University—Online, Nevada, Singapore
  • Tennessee Christian University—Tennessee
  • Texas Theological University—Texas
  • Texas University (not to be confused with the University of Texas, Texas State University, or Texas Tech University)
  • The Dream Institute
  • The Thornewood University—Netherlands, U.K.
  • Thomas A. Edison College—Florida and Arkansas (not be confused with Thomas Edison State College in New Jersey)
  • Thomas Jefferson University—Missouri (Thomas Jefferson University in
  • Philadelphia, PA is accredited)
  • Thomas University—Pennsylvania
  • Thornewood University—Great Britain
  • Toronto Metropolitan University (not to be confused with the University of Toronto)
  • Trident University of Technology—New Jersey, Wisconsin
  • Trinity College and University—South Dakota, Pakistan, Venezuela, Netherlands
  • Trinity International University College
  • Trinity Southern University
  • Tuit University—Georgia
  • Tulsa College
  • Two Dragon University
  • Union University—Los Angeles, California (Union University of Tennessee is accredited)
  • United American Medical College
  • United Nations University
  • United Pacific University
  • United States University of America—Washington, Florida
  • Universal Bible Institute—Birmingham, Alabama
  • Universal Ecclesiastical University
  • Universal Life—California
  • Universidad Hispanica de America
  • Universitas Sancti Martin—Ada, Oklahoma
  • University for Professional Studies
  • University of Advanced Research—Pakistan, Thailand
  • University of America—New Orleans, Louisiana
  • University of Atlanta
  • University of Beford
  • University of Berkeley (not to be confused with the University of California, Berkeley)
  • University of Berkley—Southfield, Michigan
  • University of Boston (not to be confused with Boston University, Boston College, or University of Massachusetts—Boston)
  • University of Cape Cod
  • University of Central Kentucky
  • University of Corpus Christi—Reno, Nevada
  • University of Devonshire—U.K.
  • University of Doncaster—England
  • University of Dorchester
  • University of Dunham
  • University of East Carolina
  • University of East Georgia—Georgia
  • University of Eastern Florida—Chicago, Illinois
  • University of Ecoforum for Peace—Hawaii
  • University of England at Oxford
  • University of Esoterica-Frederick, Maryland
  • University of Health Science—Hawaii
  • University of Honolulu—Hawaii
  • University of Honolulu USA—Hawaii
  • University of Independence
  • University of Metaphysics—Studio City, California
  • University of Middle Tennessee
  • University of Newlands
  • University of North America
  • University of Northern Washington—Hawaii; Vancouver, Washington
  • University of Northwest—Louisiana, New Jersey, Wyoming, India, Pakistan
  • University of Palmers Green—U.K.
  • University of Pittsburg (University of Pittsburgh is accredited)
  • University of Ravenhurst—Great Britain
  • University of San Gabriel Valley—California
  • University of San Moritz—Great Britain, Cyprus
  • University of San Rafael
  • University of Santa Barbara—California (not to be confused with the University of California, Santa Barbara)
  • University of Santa Monica—California
  • University of Sciences in America—Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • University of Sealand
  • University of Southern Minnesota
  • University of Sussex at Brantridge
  • University of Switzerland
  • University of Teesside
  • University of the Bahama Islands
  • University of the Eastern United States
  • University of the New World—Arizona
  • University of the President—Utah
  • University of the Rockies—Denver, Colorado
  • University of the United States
  • University of the West
  • University of Walla Walla—California (Walla Walla College in Washington is accredited)
  • University of Wexford—Great Britain
  • University of Wyoming—London England
  • Vancouver University Worldwide—British Columbia
  • Van Ives University
  • Verity Education—Illinois, Michigan
  • Vernell University—Nevada ?
  • Wakefield International University
  • Washington Institute for Graduate Studies—Utah
  • Washington International Academy—New York
  • Washington International University—King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
  • Washington School of Law—Salt Lake, Utah
  • Weimar College—Weimar, California
  • Wellington University—New Jersey
  • West American University
  • West Coast University
  • West Virginia State University (not to be confused with West Virginia University)
  • Westbourne University—Great Britain
  • Westbrook University—California, New Mexico, New York (not to be confused with
  • Westbrook College in Maine)
  • Western Cascade University—California
  • Western College
  • Western University—California
  • Western States University—Doniphan, Missouri
  • Western States University for Professional Studies—Missouri
  • Western Washington International University—Hawaii
  • Western Washington State University
  • Westhampton University—Great Britain
  • Wexford University
  • William Bradford University
  • Williams College—Idaho (Williams College in Massachusetts is accredited
  • Wilson State University—New Jersey, Hawaii
  • Wisconsin International University
  • Wittfield University—Hawaii
  • Youngstown College (not to be confused with Youngstown State University in Ohio)
  • YUIN/American University—Hawaii
  • Zenith University—Hawaii

This page was posted on April 2, 2005.